The EcoTypes initiative, launched in early 2017 by Prof. Jim Proctor of Lewis & Clark College, is an opportunity primarily for students in U.S. institutions of higher education to learn more about the fundamental ideas that shape how they and others approach environmental issues. All, however, are welcome to participate in EcoTypes.
EcoTypes includes long and short surveys with customized reports, online resources on EcoTypes axes, themes, and topics, and instructor resources. As of summer 2019, roughly 50 institutions of higher education across the U.S. have participated in EcoTypes, with approximately 3000 completions of the EcoTypes survey.
The EcoTypes project has been approved by Lewis & Clark College's institutional review board; the current project number is HSRC #2019-40.
Below is an overview of EcoTypes, in FAQ format. If your question is not yet answered, feel free to email Prof. Proctor.